From Spring Break to Mother’s Day and all summer long, there are endless ways to use Clipa. The instant bag hanger is handy in changing rooms, at brunch and at the movies. With the weather warming up, it’s time to enjoy ball games, county fairs, playgrounds, pools, zoos, and amusement parks. Clipa snaps easily to a backpack loop or strap yet weighs just 1.6 ounces and works in seconds. ‘Need to tie a child’s shoelace? Just open one end and hang it on nearly any surface: a rail while standing in line or a ledge. Since Clipa hangs bags in just a half inch of space, it will work just about anywhere, giving shoulders a quick rest or holding shopping bags while you eat lunch. ‘Cruising the harbor? Unlike most other hangers, Clipa works great on boat posts and handrails on board so your bag will stay upright. To see more uses, please visit our “How it Works” page by clicking on the image above.
‘Dining out with a big group? Clipa is an easy and elegant way to keep your bag within reach and off the floor. Because it works in just a half inch of space and stays put, you’ll be able to enjoy your experience to the fullest. You’ll exactly know where your bag is: right next to you where you can see it. For other ideas on how to use the world’s most versatile purse hanger, please visit our “How It Works” page at www.clipa.us
Germs are everywhere. And because they go everywhere with us, handbags often pick up germs, dirt and worse. By some estimates, viruses can live on indoor surfaces for as long as seven days! With the cold and flu season peaking now, here are some ways Clipa bag hangers can help:
Bathroom sinks – Clipa purse hooks can be hung from bathroom divider walls near sinks, the sink itself or the counter
Restroom stall – Can be used on toilet seat cover dispenser, paper roll dispensers, rails, stall door if there’s no hook, wall, shelf and more
Restaurant tables and bars – simply open one end and hang your purse with Clipa on most tabletops and bars
Doctor’s exam rooms – If there’s no hook on the back of the door, Clipa can be hung from a drawer pull, countertop, bookcase, or rail
Shopping cart – handle
Cafes and coffee houses – hangs instantly from table
So keep the hand sanitizer and wipes handy, wash hands frequently, periodically wipe down your bag, and hang with Clipa this winter.
There are so many places to use a Clipa while vacationing. Besides coming in handy at airports, restaurants, bars, and restrooms, this simple hanger keeps bags off the ground:
On patio furniture
By the pool
In banquet halls
From spa tables and rooms
On pathway rails while taking photos
On casino gaming tables
From luggage carts
On rolling cases
In workout rooms
From countertops during check in/out
Always resort-ready, a Clipa purse hanger is the modern way to hang your bag wherever you go. To discover more uses, just click on the image.
Hook around headrest post in car seats to keep grocery bags upright
At rest stops, use on bathroom stall walls and rails
Hang bags from picnic and café tables
Hold lanterns or backpacks from trees
Use on hydration pack systems: hang upside down to drain water out
Hold toiletry bags on sinks and shelves in camp restrooms
Use on day bags in campground shower/dressing rooms
Hang camera bags at scenic overlooks and trailheads
For more innovative ideas, click on the image or visit http://www.clipa.us/how-clipa-works.php
A sports event often means carrying a mini backpack, binoculars or purse to the game. A Clipa bag hanger works where traditional purse hooks can’t, including drink cup holders (works on stadium seats as well as in bathrooms), section rails, stall walls and doors, sinks, bars, restaurant tables, bleacher railings even fences. Indoors or out, a Clipa is the stylish way to keep your bag in sight, easy to access, and off the floor or ground.
Sometimes when you’re shopping, carrying your purse and bags can really weigh you down. If you’re in a bookstore, it can be even harder: bending down and straightening up as you go through the shelves while balancing books, bags and more. Let the Clipa bag hanger takes the weight off of your shoulders while you shop: simply open one end and hang your bag on the shelf directly in front of you. You’ll be able to keep an eye on your purse while browsing. When finished, just pull the strap and Clipa slides back onto the bag automatically. The “can’t lose” purse hook also comes in handy in bookstore restrooms, snack areas, reading nooks, even at the checkout counter. So next time you’re browsing the bookstore, remember: think outside the bag.
Some accessories take awhile to make because of the work involved. When Clipas come back from the metal caster, each piece must be hand polished to a mirror finish and then plated 3 times. After that, each one is assembled by hand then tested thoroughly before being cleaned again and carefully boxed. Crystal Clipas need even more TLC: these use special drilled parts that fit each lead-free Swarovski chaton perfectly. These brilliant crystals are set using a special process then assembled, tested, cleaned and packaged. That’s why we make Clipa in small batches here: it takes time to do things right, to do them well, when you care as much as we do.
We recently discovered a public bathroom stall with an interesting metal addition. Rather than replace the missing purse hook hardware on the back of the stall door, they actually replaced it with a plate! It took the same number of screws and labor to cover it that it would have taken to put another one up. Instead, women now have no place to hang their purses and shopping bags. Imagine how frustrating that is. Or how many times that stall is left in favor of another, all because a simple little convenience is missing.
Women make up half of the population, live longer, and frequent dining establishments in huge numbers. We visit museums more often than men, make up a larger portion of the audience at live performances such as the symphony and do most of the shopping. Yet in place after place, we’ve seen either no purse hook, a missing hook or in this case, a plate where a hook ought to be. A substantial number of bars and after-hours night spots also lack purse hooks under the bar. In these cases, women are literally left “holding the bag.”
Until there is a greater awareness on the part of the managers and owners of these organizations, we’ll be using Clipa handbag hangers. They’re sturdy, reliable and unlike vanishing hooks, they’re here to stay.
How ’bout you? Have you ever notified management about the need for hooks in their restrooms?